South Park stadium

Billionaire Philip Anschutz, his business partners Tim Leiweke (pictured) and Casey Wasserman, and Ed Roski were the second group to propose a stadium for downtown <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100102380000" title="Los Angeles" href="/topic/us/california/los-angeles-county/los-angeles-PLGEO100100102380000.topic">Los Angeles</a> in the South Park area, not far from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP000316" title="AEG" href="/topic/business/media-industry/aeg-ORCRP000316.topic">AEG</a>'s successful development of Staples Center. The 2001 proposal never got support from city officials.

( Los Angeles Times / May 16, 2002 )

Billionaire Philip Anschutz, his business partners Tim Leiweke (pictured) and Casey Wasserman, and Ed Roski were the second group to propose a stadium for downtown Los Angeles in the South Park area, not far from AEG's successful development of Staples Center. The 2001 proposal never got support from city officials.

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